March 11, 2012 San Francisco Chronicle Interview with Irwin Swirnoff

The San Francisco Chronicle posted an interview with Irwin Swirnoff about our ongoing legal fight to save 90.3 FM. The article is part of a larger look at the state of Bay Area radio published Sunday March 11, 2012.

“A year after free-form college station KUSF was pulled off the air, a group of volunteers is still fighting the proposed sale of the 90.3 FM signal by the University of San Francisco to the Classical Public Radio Network, which is owned by the University of Southern California. In the meantime, they have moved online. Irwin Swirnoff, former music director at the student-run station and a main force behind the Save KUSF campaign (, gives us an update.”

Read the entire piece here.

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